Experience of Profiling Curricula on Cloud Computing Technologies and Engineering for Different Target Groups This paper presents results and experience by the authors based on the few delivered courses onCloud Computing for different target groups of students, specialists and trainees. The developed courses implement the proposed by the authors instructional methodology integrating the two major concepts of effective learning: the Bloom’s Taxonomy of cognitive learning processes and Andragogy as the adult learning methodology. The central part of the proposed approach is the Common Body of Knowledge in Cloud Computing (CBK-CC) that defines the professional level of knowledge in the selected domain and allows consistent curricula structuring and profiling. The paper presents the structure of the courses and explains the principles used for developing course materials, such as Bloom’s Taxonomy applied for technical education, and andragogy instructional model for professional education and training. The developed courses are based on the well-defined Cloud Computingarchitecture, service and operational model, and stakeholder roles/responsibilities. The paper provides a short description of the developed education and training courses on Cloud Computing that illustrate how the proposed CBK-CC and instructional methodologies are used in different learning environments and for different learners’ groups.